Terry Griggs

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Terry Griggs
Occupation novelist, short stories
Nationality Canadian
Period 1990s-present
Notable works Quickening

Terry Griggs is a Canadian author.[1] Her book of short stories Quickening was a finalist at the 1991 Governor General's Awards,[2] and she won the Marian Engel Award in 2003.[3]

Originally from Manitoulin Island,[4] where her family operated a fishing lodge near Little Current,[5] she studied English literature at the University of Western Ontario.[1]

She presently lives in Stratford, Ontario.[6]

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  1. ^ a b "Terry Griggs: Writers to Watch". Edmonton Journal, June 25, 1995.
  2. ^ "Finalists announced for top book awards". Toronto Star, November 8, 1991.
  3. ^ "Writers' Trust doles out prizes". The Globe and Mail, March 7, 2003.
  4. ^ "It's a successful year for writers with Manitoulin ties". Sudbury Star, March 7, 2003.
  5. ^ "The elusive Terry Griggs". The Globe and Mail, October 26. 2002.
  6. ^ "New writer-in-residence tied to local publisher". Windsor Star, September 26, 2009.